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Seismic Project Information EW9409
Pacific to Bering Sea Deep Seismic Experiment

The experiment was a collaborative effort between the University of Delaware, LDEO, UTIG, WHOI, Stanford University, and the USGS. The purpose of this multichannel seismic reflection survey of the Aleutian arc and the extensive Alaskina continental shelf was to obtain high-quality data that could be used to image the deep structure of the crust and uppermost mantle which, when combined with the well-mapped onshore geology, should allow the principal investigators to constrain the mechanisms of accretion and magmatism.

John B. Diebold
Sue McGeary
Chief Scientists:
Gerard Bond (NSF 9412683)
John B. Diebold (NSF 9412683)
Sue McGeary (NSF 9412684)
Nathan L. Bangs (NSF 9411541)
Principal Investigators:
Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory
University of Delaware
Institute for Geophysics, University of Texas at Austin
Data Originating Institutions:
National Science Foundation
Funding Agencies:
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Access:
MCS
Seismic Data Types Acquired:
Processed
Seismic Data Classes at UTIG:
MCS
Seismic Data Types at UTIG:
doi: 10.1594/IEDA/500120 Seismic:Active:MCS:Processed
Seismic Data Set DOI(s) at UTIG:
Field Seismic Data Set DOI(s) at LDEO:
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